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A Textbook of Exodontia: Exodontia. Oral Surgery and Anesthesia.

JAMA. 1931;97(21):1561. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02730210059040.
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In this edition the author has incorporated all the important results of recent studies in the field of general and local anesthesia. He gives a detailed description of the various local anesthetics together with their physiologic action, method of preparation and injection, and the after-effects. The book deals largely with clinical work. Excellently executed drawings from life, showing the position of the patient and the operator, for every type of exodontia, will be of great value both to the student and to the general practitioner. Those who desire a more detailed description of the pathology and technic for the removal of impacted mandibular third molars may consult the same author's book on "Impacted Third Mandibular Molars." This volume is a practical manual on exodontia, and does not include the pathology and treatment of the diseases of the mouth, except for one chapter on cysts of the jaws. The book is

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